PIX3000 battery
PIX3000x and PIX3000i battery

P/n ARJ-111000. Possibly discontinued. Best solution: Remove it yourself, take to a Batteries Plus store and they can rebuild it for about $50.

Our Price: $0.00

Accessories & Supplies:

DetailsIDProduct NameDescriptionPriceAdd To Cart
Click 630 Black RibbonBlack Ribbon Q: 2 per pack$24.00
Click 6 Red RibbonRed Ribbon Q: 2 per pack$15.00
Click 631 Red RibbonRed Ribbon, Q: 12$79.00
Click 3 Purple Ribbon 014062Purple Ribbon Q: 2 per pack$24.00
Click 4 Purple Ribbons (Q: 12) $59.00PIX Ribbons - 12$59.00
Click 148 Amano 700 keyMJR, TCX, PIX time clock key$6.25
Click 175 Amano PIX KeyAmano PIX key AJR-201150$5.75


Amano PIX-3000x Full Power Reserve Battery

Fits Amano PIX3000 time clocks, both the PIX3000x, and the NASDAQ child clock model, the PIX-3000i

Part number AJR-111000

User replaceable, takes a small phillips head screwdriver to remove the cover plate.

UPC: 030566509068

We also repair these machines - replace the printers, repair the ribbon drive.



When you see PrNt on the face of the clock, that's because the battery had died.

The PIX-3000 clocks run off that battery.  You can unplug them and still print tickets and cards for several hundred punches.  Then it charges back up and everything works normally.

When you see "print" in the gray LED screen, that's the battery.

You order a new battery - maybe a ribbon as well.  Replace the battery.
Be sure to put just two drops of thin oil (3-in-1, WD-40..) on the 3/4" round bar that guides the ribbon assembly - essentially the only moving part in the clock.

Once the battery has been replaced, you can use it.  But, they recommend you let it charge up overnight.  It should work right away.